Natalie Zemon Davis is acclaimed for her pioneering approach to previously unexamined aspects of social history

Natalie Zemon Davis has recently been named a Companion of the Order of Canada in recognition of her “distinguished contributions to the field of history, notably her pioneering approach to previously unexamined aspects of social history.”

Among her books are Trickster travels: a sixteenth-century Muslim between worlds,
Women on the margins: Three seventeenth-century lives, and The return of Martin Guerre.

 

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